BEST WESTERN Galt Inn
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... was a transplanted South Dakotan (from Pierre) and her husband had grown up in Brookings. I had lived in Brookings nearly 30 years and all three kids had graduated from Brookings High School. We had a few friends in common (small world!) We continued the tour, stopped by the house and met her husband who was confined to a wheelchair but wanted to come out and meet us. After a short visit, back into the SUV and we toured more olive, almond ...
... by staying for one month at a family's home.
I thought I can practice and improve my Spanish by hanging out with locals.
We wanted to arrive at the airport in Mexico late afternoon and catching a taxi to bring us not too late to our final destination. The best connecting and shortest flights were offered by United. We bought this time tickets directly at the airline in order to avoid the hassle we had the last time with Expedia (see my China blog).
... York, the guy who knocked Courtney up and the mom are sitting at dinner. This is their conversation at a restaurant;
Guy: I'll get the fish
Mom: Do you know "fish" is "pescado" in spanish?
Guy: Oh, yeah?
Mom: Yeah, I know this cause that's part of my culture
Guy: No it's not
Mom: Well, i've vacationed in Mexico.
Aaaaaand scene. Those suckers deserve every dollar they earn.
Getting through southern Oregon is a constant climb towards Grants Pass (4310 ft elevation) with several other summits along the way. Seems like we were always in a deep canyon, going through a pass or cresting a summit - every one was shrouded in cloud. Some of the descents are 7 degree grades and 7 miles long with lots of sharp curves - we saw one flipped semi that was completly burnt up.
The Oregon forests are ...
... with me all the while screaming in his ear to 'keep right', partly to ensure we stayed on the correct side of the road and also to try and keep him awake as by this point we had had no sleep for over 24 hours!
After much advice to avoid central LA we headed to San Buenaventura for lunch en route to Santa Barbara. We had our first experience of US portion sizes in a cute little diner. Being jet lagged affected our appetites so we both ordered what we ...